The leather scrapbook of College of William and Mary student Anne F. Chenery includes photographs of campus life and family, news clippings, programs, tickets, corsages and other memorabilia, and related material compiled by Chenery. There are many photographs of other women students and at least one page in her scrapbook about her weight and body issues.
Images of the cover and one page from the scrapbook: and
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Anne F. Chenery graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1928. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
Physical Characteristics or Technical Requirements:
The scrapbook is in fragile condition.
The scrapbook was transferred along with other materials by Jeb Stuart Rosebrook when he left the employ of the Society of the Alumni sometime prior to 2007. A note on the paper the scrapbook was wrapped in noted "brought in by Fairfax Griffith Bahr '27 10/11/78."
Acc. 2008.150: The scrapbook was transferred along with other materials by Jeb Stuart Rosebrook when he left the employ of the Society of the Alumni sometime prior to 2007.
Accessioned from the backlog on 12/11/08 by Amy C. Schindler.